Motion to Suppress Evidence Video
Motion to Suppress Evidence Video Transcript:
Frequently people will ask about a motion to suppress evidence. All that this amounts to is a motion filed with the court, asking the judge to exclude certain items of evidence at the trial - so that the jury cannot hear or consider those things. A motion to suppress evidence generally involves an allegation that the state or its agents - the police - violated a person’s constitutional rights in some way in order to gather evidence against the person. Some of the most common situations involve illegal searches and involuntary confessions.
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